PGY-3

Spinal Cord Injury Rehabilitation

Three months of inpatient and outpatient SCI general rehabilitation at rehabilitation to include patients with traumatic and non-traumatic SCI, burns, Parkinson's Disease to include manage of Deep Brain stimulators. This rotation occurs at Cardinal Hill Rehabilitaiton Hospital with direct supervision by a PM&R SCI attending faculty member. Resident assumes primary responsibility for inpatients and assists in teaching rotating medical and physician assistant students. Daily rounds are Monday through Friday with the attending and the resident is responsible for progress notes, admissions, patient care conference as well as variable clinics throughout the week.

Pediatric Rehabilitation

Three months of inpatient and outpatient pediatric orthopedics and PM&R at Shriners Hospital for Children, with direct supervision by an Orthopedic attending faculty member and PM&R attending faculty member. Also exposure to pediatric inpatient rehabilitation at Cardinal Hill Rehabilitation Hospital under the supervision of PM&R attending faculty member.

VA Musculoskeletal/EMG Rotation

Three months of outpatient rehabilitaiton at Veterans Affair Medical Center, with direct supervision by PM&R attending faculty. Resident assumes daily outpatient clinic duties for patients include stroke, SCI, TBI, amputees, orthopedics, multiple trauma, musculoskeletal disorders and rheumatology as well as early exposure to EMG.

Pulmonary/Medical Rehabilitation

Inpatient service at Cardinal Hill Rehabilitation hospital. Patient exposure includes pulmonary disorders, cardiac disorders including post LVAD management, post-transplant managment, geriatrics, and cancer rehab. Direct supervision by PM&R attending faculty. General Rehabilitation Inpatient care at Cardinal Hill Rehabilitation hospital. Patient exposure includes amputee, multi-trauma, post-transplant management, and cancer rehab. Direct supervision by PM&R attending faculty. Elective One elective month in a PM&R field of the residents choice with dedicated time to also participate in PM&R research.

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